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G-Technology announces support for Hitachi 2TB hard drives

By Roman Loyola
www.itnews.com (Macworld.com)
November 3, 2009

 
Earlier this year, we reported that Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (GST) acquired Fabrik, the parent company of G-Technology and SimpleTech, manufactures of external hard drives. So it comes as no surprise that G-Technology drives use Hitachi-made hard drive mechanisms. On Tuesday, Hitachi GST announced that the G-Technology line of storage devices that use 3.5-inch hard drive mechanisms will now have a 2TB option.

The 2TB mechanisms are rated at 7200 rotations per minute (rpm), and come with a 32MB cache buffer. G-Technology says its drives are ideal for video editing, graphics, and other digital media professionals.

Prices for the 2TB-equipped G-Technology drives vary. The 2TB G-Drive, a single-mechanism drive with FireWire 800, USB 2.0, and eSATA, is $379. The 4TB G-RAID, which uses a pair of non-removable hard drive mechanisms, is $649.



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